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Reserachers working on BUREAUCRATIZATION (alphabetical order)
Barbara Anne ANDERSEN Lecturer, School of People, Environment and Planning at Massey University, Albany, New Zealand Administrative areas: Papua New Guinea Places: Melanesia Keywords: Development, Education, Gender, Health, Post-Colonialism, Social Change, Youth, Class, Biomedicine, Health Workers
Virginie BERNARD PhD Student, CREDO - Centre de Recherche et de Documentation sur l'Océanie at Aix-Marseille University, CNRS, EHESS, France Administrative areas: Australia, Western Australia (Australia) Places: Australia (country), Western Australia Keywords: Land Dispute, Bureaucratization, Corporations, Native Title
Steffen DALSGAARD Associate Professor, Technologies in Practice at IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark Administrative areas: Papua New Guinea, Manus (Papua New Guinea) Places: Melanesia, Papua New Guinea, Admiralty Islands, Manus province, Mbuke, Lorengau, Baluan Keywords: Democracy, Social Change, Politics, Bureaucratization
Elodie FACHE Postdoctoral Fellow, UMR GRED (Gouvernance, Risque, Environment, Development) at IRD - Institut de Recherche pour le Développement, France Administrative areas: Australia, Northern Territory (Australia), Fiji, Eastern (Fiji) Places: Australia (area), Australia (country), Northern Territory, Arnhem Land, Fiji Islands, Lomaiviti archipelago, Gau Keywords: Environment, Development, Sustainability, Conservation, Land Management, Sea Management, Small-scale Fisheries, Marine Protected Areas, Governance, Climate Change
Stephanie HOBBIS Postdoctoral Fellow, Community, Culture and Global Studies at University of British Columbia, Canada Administrative areas: Solomon Islands, Malaita (Solomon Islands), Papua New Guinea Places: Melanesia Keywords: State, Nationalism, Political Anthropology, Governance, Food and Nutrition, Indigenous/non-Indigenous Relations, Bureaucratization, Christianity, Democracy, Gender Violence
Hoem INGJERD Professor, Department of social anthropology at University of Oslo, Norway Administrative areas: Tokelau, New Zealand Places: Polynesia Keywords: Bureaucratization, Conflict Management, Identity, International Relationships, Language Documentation
Peter LINDENMANN , Switzerland Administrative areas: New Caledonia Places: Melanesia Keywords: Bureaucratization, Citizenship, Customary Law, Democracy, State, Statehood, Political Anthropology, Public Services, Settler Colonialism
Grant MCCALL Other staff, Department of Anthropology at University of Sydney, Australia Administrative areas: Rapa Nui - Easter Island (Chile), Fiji, French Polynesia Places: Polynesia Keywords: Age and Aging, Coconut, Bureaucratization, Colonial Imagination, Cultural Heritage, First Contacts, Identity, Intellectual Property Rights, Inter-ethnic Relations, Kinship
Denis MONNERIE Professor, Institut d'ethnologie + Laboratoire CREDO CNRS Marseille at Université de Strasbourg, France Administrative areas: New Caledonia, Solomon Islands Keywords: Kinship, Language, Ceremonial discourse, Local Currency, Names and Naming, Performance, Political Anthropology, Resilience, Ritual Studies, Social Change
Ralph REGENVANU Independent researcher, Parliament of Vanuatu at Parliament of Vanuatu, Vanuatu Administrative areas: Vanuatu, Malampa (Vanuatu), Penama (Vanuatu), Sanma (Vanuatu), Shefa (Vanuatu), Tafea (Vanuatu), Torba (Vanuatu) Places: Melanesia, Vanuatu, Port Vila Keywords: Agenda Building, Art, Bislama, Bureaucratization, Class, Community Development, Contemporary Indigenous Art, Corruption, Cultural Heritage, Cultural Policy
Annick THOMASSIN PhD Student, Department of Anthropology/Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research at McGill University/Australian National University, Australia Administrative areas: Australia Places: Australia (area), Melanesia Keywords: Bureaucratization, Fisheries, Neo-Colonialism, Political Ecology, Political Economy, Property, Self-Determination, Social-ecological System, Natural Resources, Torres Strait
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